President Trump promises a great trade deal with China as Americans mull over mid-term elections.

Laura Hermes

2018-11-13 12:30:00 Tue ET

President Trump promises a great trade deal with China as Americans mull over mid-term elections. President Trump wants to reach a trade accord with Chinese President Xi Jin-Ping at the G20 summit in Argentina later in November 2018. Also, President Trump asks key Cabinet secretaries to draft a potential trade deal to halt escalating the current trade conflict with the Chinese Xi administration. If President Trump can achieve an accord on trade with President Xi, the Trump administration would refrain from imposing tariffs and other economic sanctions on another $267 billion Chinese imports. These economic sanctions focus on the perennial shady Chinese practices of intellectual property theft. These shady practices often entail requiring foreign companies to establish data centers and IT theme parks in China such that both proprietary data and techniques transfer to Chinese tech firms.

Several e-commerce giants such as Amazon and Alibaba express grave concerns about U.S. domestic job creation in the wake of tariffs, quotas, and other retaliatory trade barriers. For instance, Alibaba executive vice chairman Joe Tsai reiterates that his boss Jack Ma has promised the creation of 1 million small business jobs on the premise of few Sino-U.S. trade barriers. His conservative tone departs from the previous promise by Alibaba executive chairman Jack Ma (who now withdraws his earlier claim of ubiquitous U.S. job creation in a low-key fashion).

 


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